Associate Professor of Sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
Dr. Frye studies the complex relationships between culture, ideas, and demographic patterns, using both qualitative and quantitative research methods to investigate these relationships. Her current focus is a longitudinal data collection project examining the experiences of university graduates living in Kampala, Uganda.
- Maggie Frye, Lopus, Sara . 2019. From Privilege to Prevalence: Contextual Effects of Women's Schooling on African Marital Timing. Demography
- Maggie Frye, Ysseldyk, Renate , Greenaway, Katharine H, Hassinger, Elena , Zutrauen, Sarah , Lintz, Jana , Bhatia, Maya P, Starkenburg, Else , Tai, Vera . 2019. A Leak in the Academic Pipeline: Identity and Health Among Postdoctoral Women. Frontiers in Psychology 10
- Maggie Frye. 2019. The myth of agency and the misattribution of blame in collective imaginaries of the future. The British Journal of Sociology 70(3):721-730.
- Maggie Frye, Vaisey, Stephen . 2019. The Old One-Two. The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology
- Maggie Frye, Gheihman, Nina . 2018. Like Bees to a Flower: Attractiveness, Risk, and Collective Sexual Life in an AIDS Epidemic. Sociological Science 5:596-627.
- Maggie Frye, Lopus, Sara . 2018. Visualizing Africa's Educational Gender Gap. Socius 4:2378023118795956.
- Maggie Frye. 2017. Cultural Meanings and the Aggregation of Actions: The Case of Sex and Schooling in Malawi. American Sociological Review 82(5):945-976.
- Maggie Frye, Chakrabarti, Parijat . 2017. A mixed-methods framework for analyzing text data: Integrating computational techniques with qualitative methods in demography. Demographic Research 37:1351-1382.
- Maggie Frye, Bachan, Lauren . 2017. The demography of words: The global decline in non-numeric fertility preferences, 1993-2011. Population Studies 71(2):187-209.
- Maggie Frye, Chae, Sophia . 2017. Physical attractiveness and women's HIV risk in rural Malawi. Demographic research 37:251-294.